Congratulations to John Bennett, the new executive director of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign. From Connect Savannah: Bennett will be responsible for coordinating the Savannah Bicycle Campaign’s events, including the annual Earth Day Wheelie ride and the Midnight Garden Ride. He…
I had never seen of Montreal perform live, so I was among the thousands who turned out on Friday night for a free, all-ages concert in Forsyth Park that was obviously one of the highlights of the 2013 Savannah Stopover.
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Savannah Stopover today released the final details about the Forsyth Park concert on Friday, March 8 with of Montreal and Royal Canoe.
This is the first in a series of Savannah Stopover previews that I’m planning to post between now and the festival, which runs from March 7 to 9.
Lots of good news today about the 2013 Savannah Stopover festival.
CEO Kayne Lanahan and her team announced the first 40 bands and a few other details for March 7-9, including of Montreal performing a free show in Forsyth Park on Friday, March 8. What a coup.
For lots more details, check out Savannah Stopover returns with free concert in Forsyth Park; In its third year, festival will feature more than 70 bands by Jason Kendall in Tuesday’s Savannah Morning News.
Click here to go to the official website for the Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon on Saturday, Nov. 3. I’ve got some of the key information in this post, which I will update with news regarding traffic and the like as developments warrant.
A link to today’s City Talk column plus the intriguing possibility of an amphitheater at Trustees Garden.
“What distinguishes thriving cities from those that stagnate and decline is a group of people [Jane Jacobs] calls the “squelchers.” Squelchers, she explains, are those political, business, and civic leaders that divert human creative energy by posing roadblocks and saying “no” to new ideas.”